Central banks ‘must engage’ with emerging technology – BoE’s Mills

PRA chief operating officer says BoE is planning new regtech projects

Clair Mills
Clair Mills

The Bank of England’s Clair Mills has urged central banks to “engage” with emerging technology, or risk falling behind the curve.

The Prudential Regulation Authority’s (PRA) chief operating officer said the use of regtech to support the work of regulators and supervisors was becoming increasingly important. The BoE has several projects under way that are testing new technologies, and some are already being moved from concept to finalisation.

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